Story Behind the Wine:
The name ‘Angel’s Peak’ is an irreverent wink to the ‘Angel’s Share,’ the portion of wine that evaporates during aging in oak barrels, as well as a tongue-in-cheek commentary on Coonawarra’s famously flat landscape. The grapes in this wine are deliberately cultivated to be about the size of a pea, focusing on density of flavour and deep, rich colour. This makes each grape a concentrated powerhouse, contributing to the wine’s unique character.
Anticipate a kaleidoscope of sensations—spice, subtle pepper, and a bouquet of black fruits like blackberries and plums. This medley is enriched by red fruits such as cherries and subtle undertones of black pepper, blackberry jam, anise, and liquorice.